March 19 OWL Circle:
Cam Danielson & Pam Fuhrmann
|A monthly video-circle for sharing wisdom, experience and support among global citizens everywhere.|
Leadership for the Common Good
At this time of increasing divisions and fragmentation, what kind of leadership is needed for bringing people together for the common good? How do we each find and act on this leadership within ourselves?
Camden Danielson and Pamela Fuhrmann are cofounders of Conscious Leadership Institute. They and their team work with leaders, their organizations, and communities around the world, “to kindle their source of energy and passion; build their adaptive capacity; balance the demands of multiple stakeholders, times horizons, and business drivers; foster innovation and drive transformation, [and] contribute to a sustainable future…”
|Cam likes to say that his work is to create, build, and support environments for self-exploration. He has worked with thousands of leaders within hundreds of organizations around the world through a variety of roles that include Air Force officer, speechwriter, English teacher, university administrator, executive educator, author, management consultant, and leadership coach.|
His research on the effects of meditation practice on leadership has been published as a book entitled: Beyond the Horizon: Glimpses into the Lives of Exceptional Leaders. It is a book of stories, reflections, and insights about living and leading wholeheartedly in an age of rapid transformation. It is told through the lives of an extraordinary group of people who operate at a deep level of being. They have made the work of building a rich inner life—soul work—the means for greater adaptive capacity.
Pam works with leaders to create greater awareness of what is possible and to translate that awareness into inspired action.
She facilitates development experiences through leadership programs, retreats, and coaching in Europe, Asia, and the Americas.
Pam has worked with leaders at the likes of ExxonMobil, Ingersoll-Rand, Kohler Company, Mahindra & Mahindra, Novelis, Philips Lighting, Polaris Software, Schneider Electric Industries, Suez, United Way and other non-profits.
She received her Ph.D. in Mythological Studies and Depth Psychology from Pacifica Graduate Institute, 2012. She has written on the role of the archetypal feminine in individual development, particularly in the areas of building relationships, managing paradox and ambiguity, and developing an inclusive orientation.
More about Pam at her professional bio.
Please join us for a conversation about bringing forth the leader within each of us that is being called for in today’s world!
Sunday, March 19, 2016, 9:00 – 10:30 AM Pacific Time.
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